the document in different resolutions

From the collection of the Deutsches Historisches Museum:

First Printing in German of the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America, July 4, 1776

 

The Declaration of Independence online - a link collection*

 
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National Archives and Records Administration (offers a transcription of the complete text of the Declaration and a scanned original document in English)  
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Legislative information on the internet (text of the Declaration of Independence online and information)
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The U.S. constitution online ("This Topic Page concerns the Declaration of Independence, the text of which is available at this site...")
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US history.org (This site provides a wealth of information about the signers of the Declaration, the history of the Declaration, and an online version of the Declaration for you to read. The site also provides links to other Declaration-related biographies and histories and a guestbook where you are invited to add comments and ideas. This site is a good resource for anyone curious about the Declaration and its history, or for the student who needs resources for his or her research paper.)
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History channel (offers various articles about the Declaration of Independence)
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The History place (offers an audio version of the Declaration of Independence)
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Scanned Originals of Early American Documents (scanned copy of the Declaration of Independence and various drafts)
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Colonial Hall Documents (detailed biographies of the signers of the Declaration of Independence)
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Electric Franklin (offers 360 panoramas of the actual room in Independence Hall where the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were both signed by Benjamin Franklin)
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Early America (offers "...the Declaration of Independence as it originally appeared in the Pennsylvania Packet in its issue of Monday, July 8, 1776. This facsimile of a portion of The Packet is from a reprint of the original by J.V. Vondersmith of Philadelphia on the centennial observance of the Declaration in 1876.")
  Special links :
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info USA (with versions of the Declaration of Independence in English, Spanish and French)
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Christoph Sauer - der erste deutsche Drucker in Amerika (German website about an exhibition on Sauer)
Interpreting the declaration of independence by translation ("The Journal of American History's round table on translations of the Declaration of Independence seemed like a natural candidate for on-line publication. [...] many versions of the Declaration of Independence, as it has been translated into different languages and at different times. On the Web, we are able to include this richer documentation. Where possible, moreover, we have also included "naive" retranslations back into English so that those who don't know the different languages can get a sense of how some key concepts and words have been rendered.")
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American Antiquarian Society (The First Hundred Years of Printing in British North America: Printers and Collectors )
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Eighteenth Century Newspapers (about the Staatsbote by Bartleby.com)

* please note that this is only a small selection and does not intend to be a collection of "best links on this issue"